All listed on the ballot will either be British or UK resident, or if neither, then will have worked on UK-commissioned or UK-produced videos during the past year. Votes should be cast and …
UK Music Video Awards 2011 UPDATE: first-round judging ends today!
Jury Members of the UK Music Video Awards 2011 must complete their voting in the first round of judging by midnight tonight (Thursday, September 15th), when the online judging platform will close.
Invited MVA Jury Members who have yet to vote in the one or two categories they have been allocated to judge, need to log in to the UKMVA judging platform administered by Beam (using the log in details they were sent via email by the UK Music Video Awards team), view the videos and then pick their six favourites.
Online judging must end at midnight tonight, after which shortlists of favourited videos in each category will go on to the second round of judging, which commences next week - panels of judges will meet to viewed, discuss and vote upon the shortlisted videos - and pick winners.
All MVA Jury Members who haven't voted yet are urged to go to the judging platform, view the videos and select their favourites today.
For more information about the UK Music Video Awards 2011, go to ukmva.com.
First round judging for most of the awards at the UK Music Video Awards 2011, via the UK MVA online judging platform, has now been extended by one day - to midnight on Thursday, September 15th.
There's now one week remaining for invited MVA Jury Members to pick their favourite videos in the first round of judging at the UK Music Video Awards 2011.
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